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    Rugs for the sewing room

    https://kayleeandtepid.com/page/1/?s...t_type=product
    I've been looking at the rugs on this site for my sewing room...there are 5 pages of sewing themed area rugs listed each comes in 3 different sizes at decent prices.
    Not in co-hoots with this company, just thought the rugs were cute and one would make a great Christmas present. Enjoy looking.

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    Oh ! I have never seen those before. Today is the last day for the extra discount too. I ordered one for my sewing room. Thank you so much for posting. I loved every one of them.
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    These are great! I wouldn't mind having one for my sewing room. The only problem is threads! I would never be able to keep it clean and thread free.

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    I have a lint roller on a long broom handle. Works great for getting threads off throw rugs.
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    Those are great, but I wonder what the shipping cost is from Singapore?

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    Probably wouldn't hold up in high traffic area but for sewing room it will be fine and fun.

    I got an email right after ordering saying the item will be sent in 4-6 days with email updates.

    My invoice:

    Description Unit price Qty Amount
    Sewing CG1409102M Rug - 5 x 3 ft $49.95 USD 1 $49.95 USD
    Line Item Amount Offset $7.49 USD 1 $7.49 USD
    Discount -$7.49 USD 1 -$7.49 USD
    Line Item Amount Offset $7.49 USD 1 $7.49 USD
    Subtotal $57.44 USD
    Shipping and handling $9.95 USD
    Seller discount or charges -$14.98 USD
    [COLOR=#333333 !important]Total[/COLOR] $52.41 USD
    [COLOR=#333333 !important]Payment[/COLOR] $52.41 USD


    Last edited by Onebyone; 11-22-2019 at 11:32 AM.
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    My sewing room is carpeted with thick plush wall to wall carpet I got as a remnant cheap cheap from someone who hated the feel under her feet and had the carpet company come and rip it up. But I do lose pins in it.

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    those are so pretty !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evelynquilts View Post
    those are so pretty !!!
    They are cute... I wonder if Dan Morris gets any residuals on his prints being used?

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/2505733...uare-art-print
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshirepat View Post
    They are cute... I wonder if Dan Morris gets any residuals on his prints being used?

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/2505733...uare-art-print
    Dan Morris may have sold licenses for the images to be used on other items then fabric designs. I've seen them on totes, socks, kitchen towels, etc. Most sell to whoever they can.
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    Those are really cool.... wish I had a place I could put one. I've bookmarked the site for future reference...
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    Those rugs are really cute.
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    Thanks for the link. I've been looking for area rugs for my LR. I'll be looking at their other choices but the sewing ones are very cute.

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    I like to change out area rugs often so won't pay for high quality ones that last for years especially with grands and pets in the house. Cleaning an area rug is as bad as cleaning a carpet, it never get really clean.
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    https://kayleeandtepid.com/product/s...152r-rug/?camp

    I finally decided on this one. Saw it advertised through Facebook, but didn't see it on the website. $52.41 includes shipping for the 5 x 3 size.

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    I like a nice smooth tile or wood in a sewing area. After years of pins etc in the carpet, I finally tore it all out. Still use a vac or dust mop or both, too get the threads up. I use a Magnetic Wand for pins needles. Life is much easier and folks don't get stabbed anymore.. LOL
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    I love these! Thank you for sharing the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindaschipper View Post
    https://kayleeandtepid.com/product/s...152r-rug/?camp

    I finally decided on this one. Saw it advertised through Facebook, but didn't see it on the website. $52.41 includes shipping for the 5 x 3 size.
    I like that. Heck I like them all. So much fun and unexpected to see when walking in to a sewing room. My floor is porcelain tile so the rug will be good texture relief.
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    They are stolen designs from reputable designs and then counterfeited in China. I saw a post just last week from Laura Heine about her featherwight design. She asked people to please report it.

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    I saw that but the company is still producing and shipping. Must be a loophole somewhere. Where are the lawyers?
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    My heroes are working people, paying their own way, taking care of their children and being decent human beings.

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    I looked up the rug company as much as I could online and seems it is legit. Nothing negative I could find. I guess it has never been reported for design theft. Time will tell.
    I believe giving what I can will never cause me to be in need.
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    My heroes are working people, paying their own way, taking care of their children and being decent human beings.

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